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Justices Scalia, Breyer Not Quite Familiar With Twitter

by @ 9:42 am on May 22, 2010. Filed under Antonin Scalia, Internet, Supreme Court, Technology, Twitter

From a Congressional committee hearing today about technology in the Court system:

Justice Scalia: “I don’t know even what it is . . . I’ve heard it talked about”

Justice Breyer: “remember when they had that disturbance in Iran . . . there were some Twitters as I call them . . . but there were people there with photos as it went on . . . it’s instant and people react instantly . . . it’s not something that’s going to go away”

Well, at least they didn’t call it a series of tubes.

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One Response to “Justices Scalia, Breyer Not Quite Familiar With Twitter”

  1. Tom Burns says:

    I’d place this on the list of Top Ten Things to Not Give a Rat’s Ass About.

    If there ever comes a time where learning about Twitter is immediately relevant to what they need to do, then I’m sure they could do it.

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